These are companies which announced debt listing confirmations on Thursday, 5 December 2019: OCBC, Rohm, Ocean Funding 2019-1, ONGC and Kenbourne Invest.
All it took was another rate cut: Economic growth expectations surged and risk-taking took off in November, according to the Bofa-ML fund managers survey.
The ECB’s decision to cut rates is a “game changer,” set to force the hand of the Fed, Markus Schomer, chief economist at PineBridge, said Monday.
SGX reported Friday its September commodities derivatives volume climbed as price volatility in physical markets spurred demand for risk-management tools.
Gold, already enjoying a rally on increased geopolitical tension, is getting a demand fillip from new Shariah-compliant investors seeking a safe-haven play.
Markets may have recovered from their fourth quarter ructions, but DBS is advising adding more gold to portfolios to stave off the effects of continued volatility.
The yield curve inversion in the U.S. may have set off a fresh round of market jitters, but Eric Rosengren, president of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, said on Tuesday that it’s no longer a reliable recession signal.
The inversion of the U.S. yield curve may have convinced many market participants that the sky is falling, or at least, a recession is looming, but at least two central bankers are unimpressed.
The disruptions and uncertainty central bankers have been dealing with over the past few years have one root cause, said Yellen on Monday.
Former Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen said on Monday that global central banks don’t have enough bullets in their policy guns to deal with a crisis.
Bank Indonesia will move quickly to keep the rupiah stable, said Nanang Hendarsah, an executive director at the central bank, Insider Stories reported.
The U.S. dollar dropped sharply in the wake of dovish comments from the U.S. Federal Reserve, marking what could be a sea-change in its long-drawn…